As a part of this agreement, Coderus also provided the integration services of their ‘local media playback’ capability into Frontier Silicon’s existing Undok audio streaming app – available from Apple App Store and Google Play store.
The software, developed with standards organisation DLNA, allows Frontier Silicon customers to play their own music from their personal smart phone or tablet (iOS or Android) wirelessly to a Frontier Silicon-compatible home network audio device.
Undok controls music streaming remote control for radios, loudspeakers, and sound bars, allowing users to: navigate between audio modes, browse content, playback music and select presets across single devices or multi-room groups. According to Frontier, it is supported by at least 50 audio manufacturers.
“Throughout the development and review, Coderus has gone to great lengths to ensure the whole end-to-end design performed to a high standard. Their professionalism both in their mobile technology and its delivery helped our team to hit their milestones and bring enhanced functionality to our devices,” said Frontier commercial manager Prem Rajalingham.
“Working with Frontier Silicon has been great,” said Coderus CEO Mark Thomas (pictured). “It’s demonstrated Coderus’ ability to support embedded module manufactures’ designs, and have our solutions demonstrated at exhibitions, where streamed wireless has to work flawlessly in challenging wireless environments.”
Coderus is from Innovation Martlesham, which is at Adastral Park near Ipswtch. Adastral Park has been developed on the site of BT research – a site that was formerly RAF Martlesham Heath.